What are the latest trends in interior design and decoration for this 2019? In Come On Home Columbia, we have it very clear; we bet on simplicity and naturality. Because the authentic is the new luxury!
The space in which we live is a faithful reflection of our personality. It reveals our feelings, the way we understand life and it does not stop being “a veiled declaration of intentions”.
Whether it’s a photo, a chair or a rug, everything around you has a reason.
All the objects we have chosen, the intensity of the light, the color of the walls, even the smallest details of the kitchen, speak of our history and who we are and reveal who lives in that place.
Design and interior decoration in 2019:
We’ll show you five styles, five ways to understand the decoration, five trends so you can find the one that best suits you and above all, the one that makes you feel better:
- Nordic style
- Minimalist decoration
- Industrial style decoration
- Ethnic decoration or boho chic
Try and choose only what makes you feel good and gives you the balance you need. Remember that everything around you influences your thoughts and your mood very powerfully.
1. Nordic style:
We will start with what is surely the style of decoration that most adepts have won in recent years, the Nordic decoration.
Emerged in the 1950s in the Scandinavian countries, it is a style of decoration that is strongly influenced by the harsh climatic conditions to which they are exposed in these latitudes.
Due to the cold and the need to spend so much time inside the houses, this type of decoration seeks first and foremost:
- Create spaces as comfortable as possible.
- Maximize the little natural light available.
The white color is used in walls, ceilings, and floors in order to reflect natural light and provide the luminosity that Scandinavian countries lack. Remember that in winter, they only have seven hours of light per day.
We can summarize the underlying philosophy behind the minimalist interiors in:
- Less is more
Predominantly masculine, it is a style that emerged in New York during the 50s, when young artists began to settle in spacious and spacious factories abandoned in search of space and light.
Over time, the style evolved and matured into what we know today as lofts.
Broadly speaking, we can summarize this type of decoration with two main characteristics:
- Structural elements in sight
- Vintage furniture
The decoration of industrial style is characterized by not masking or hiding the construction materials and not being afraid to show their naked structures.
Ethnic decoration or boho chic:
One of the styles that are gaining more strength in recent times is the combination of natural elements, ethnic details, and bohemian accents.
Proof of this are the “boutique hotels” with the most roll of the planet, that with a mixture of natural materials, Mediterranean style and ethnic echoes, make us sigh every time we see them in their Instagram accounts or in the decoration magazines.
In the interiors, natural elements such as wood and wicker merge with the earth tones of the building.
That they share all these spectacular interiors;
- the love for natural materials
- and the ethnic details.
Its main characteristics:
- The peace and harmony of Japanese decoration
- The warmth of Scandinavian decoration.
A common feature between Japanese and Nordic decoration is minimalism and an emphasis on functionality.
Which style do you like the most? If you’re looking for a home to apply one of these interior designs don’t hesitate to contact us! We can help you find the perfect property for your taste.